It’s Not Dead Yet: Add Some Spook to Halloween (or Can We End the Cutesy Crap for Once?)
Creepy / Death / Occult / Society & Culture / Vintage

It’s Not Dead Yet: Add Some Spook to Halloween (or Can We End the Cutesy Crap for Once?)

A few weeks ago I posted about Halloween costumes for girls, and how few options there are for girls to be strong, messy, capable characters for Halloween. That post got quite a bit feedback, mainly with even more ideas for costumes. I got to thinking this week, as Halloween is just a couple of weeks … Continue reading

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Painter Chelsey Pettyjohn
Art / Beauty / Creepy / Love

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Painter Chelsey Pettyjohn

She’s an artist across the mediums: a writer, a photographer, a painter… Currently she has pieces up at AG Gallery in Williamsburg—if you’re in New York, dear Luna Luna reader, you should absolutely check it out. Chelsey’s pieces tell stories in their understated gestures and isolated symbols. Plus, her art has dark undertones, and we certainly approve of that. Continue reading

Part II: 28 Hours In London, <i>Or</i> I Was Kidnapped By A Clown (& It Was Awesome)
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Part II: 28 Hours In London, Or I Was Kidnapped By A Clown (& It Was Awesome)

Read Part I of 28 Hours in London And now, dear reader, we dip in to part II of my London adventure: The Drowned Man: a Hollywood Fable. I’ve attended Sleep No More before (yes, 3 times) so I already knew I was a bit of a Punchdrunk groupie.  I was obsessed. On trips back to New … Continue reading